What path to choose?

Normally before starting our Camino we usually come many Dudas. In this article we are going to try to guide you to those that we believe are more important. We will talk when to do the Camino , and some are dangerous or may be harder depending on what time of year we decide to walk them. We will also talk about available time as the main factor when choosing the Camino perfect for our experience.

When to do the Camino

Maybe when we decided to make our first Camino, one of the keys is the time of year in which we will do it and the Camino that we will choose. Regarding the time of year, perhaps the most recommended are spring and autumn. So we can avoid overcrowding and the summer heat.

I have a month what Camino I choose?

In this case we can choose almost the Camino that we want. As main stars we have the French Way. It runs from Saint Jean de Pied de Port consisting of 33 stages. We can usually shorten it a few days, depending on whether we are willing to walk a little more than what is established in the standard stages. The silver path, a Camino more solitary and that leaving Seville will take us a little over a month. And maybe it will be him Camino more demanding during the summer due to the high temperatures to which we will be exposed. He Camino del Norte, very similar in duration to the Camino French, which will take us along the magical routes but which in turn will lack the historical and heritage burden that we can find in others Caminos. And finally the Camino Portuguese from Lisbon. This Camino It is somewhat shorter than the previous ones and as a negative part in comparison with the rest the first stages up to Porto are quite hard due to the lack of nature and the passing of the Camino mostly in industrial and urban areas.

I have 15 days

In this case, the first thing would be to ask yourself if you want to end in Santiago or if you would be willing to end up somewhere else. In that case any of the Caminoprevious ones would serve you. As main recommendations the Camino French or Camino from North. Another option would be to do the Camino in stages and thus be able to finish it in two years making a part of it every year. In the event that we want to complete a Camino whole. Our recommendation would be first Camino Portuguese by the Coast, a very quiet road with very beautiful landscapes and very different from those that we can find in Spain. He Camino Primitive would be another possibility. This Camino is the first Camino It was made as a pilgrimage to Santiago and perhaps one of the hardest physically. A Camino for people used to the mountains and slopes. We can also choose the Camino Winter, this will leave us 5 days free to visit other areas or extend our Camino with the Epilogue Muxía - Fisterra.

I have a week

As in the previous case, if we do not care about the fact of ending or not in Santiago, we can divide our Camino for years or in the way that suits us best and make the Camino that we want. In the case of having only 7 days our options will be el Camino English or choose to perform the Epilogue of Muxia -Fisterra.We can also choose any of the Caminos that end in Santiago and do the last 5 or 7 stages. It is a very good way to have contact with the Camino and later launch ourselves into a greater adventure. We will be able to choose between Portuguese, Portuguese on the Coast, French, English, Via de la Plata,… almost everyone is going !!!

If you want more information you don't have to download our app Caminotool and you can enjoy more information about the Caminos. We also invite you to visit our files in the section of Caminos and follow us on Instagram. !Good Camino¡

Normally before starting our Camino we usually come many Dudas. In this article we are going to try to guide you to those that we believe are more important. We will talk when to do the Camino , and some are dangerous or may be harder depending on what time of year we decide to walk them. We will also talk about available time as the main factor when choosing the Camino perfect for our experience.

Maybe when we decided to make our first Camino, one of the keys is the time of year in which we will do it and the Camino that we will choose. Regarding the time of year, perhaps the most recommended are spring and autumn. So we can avoid overcrowding and the summer heat.

In this case we can choose almost the Camino that we want. As main stars we have the French Way. It runs from Saint Jean de Pied de Port consisting of 33 stages. We can usually shorten it a few days, depending on whether we are willing to walk a little more than what is established in the standard stages. The silver path, a Camino more solitary and that leaving Seville will take us a little over a month. And maybe it will be him Camino more demanding during the summer due to the high temperatures to which we will be exposed. He Camino del Norte, very similar in duration to the Camino French, which will take us along the magical routes but which in turn will lack the historical and heritage burden that we can find in others Caminos. And finally the Camino Portuguese from Lisbon. This Camino It is somewhat shorter than the previous ones and as a negative part in comparison with the rest the first stages up to Porto are quite hard due to the lack of nature and the passing of the Camino mostly in industrial and urban areas.

In this case, the first thing would be to ask yourself if you want to end in Santiago or if you would be willing to end up somewhere else. In that case any of the Caminoprevious ones would serve you. As main recommendations the Camino French or Camino from North. Another option would be to do the Camino in stages and thus be able to finish it in two years making a part of it every year. In the event that we want to complete a Camino whole. Our recommendation would be first Camino Portuguese by the Coast, a very quiet road with very beautiful landscapes and very different from those that we can find in Spain. He Camino Primitive would be another possibility. This Camino is the first Camino It was made as a pilgrimage to Santiago and perhaps one of the hardest physically. A Camino for people used to the mountains and slopes. We can also choose the Camino Winter, this will leave us 5 days free to visit other areas or extend our Camino with the Epilogue Muxía - Fisterra.

As in the previous case, if we do not care about the fact of ending or not in Santiago, we can divide our Camino for years or in the way that suits us best and make the Camino that we want. In the case of having only 7 days our options will be el Camino English or choose to perform the Epilogue of Muxia -Fisterra.

We can also choose any of the Caminos that end in Santiago and do the last 5 or 7 stages. It is a very good way to have contact with the Camino and later launch ourselves into a greater adventure. We will be able to choose between Portuguese, Portuguese on the Coast, French, English, Via de la Plata,… almost everyone is going !!!

If you want more information you don't have to download our app Caminotool and you can enjoy more information about the Caminos. We also invite you to visit our files in the section of Caminos and follow us on Instagram. !Good Camino¡